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How Clubs Are Adapting to COVID

Like many clubs, the debate team has been forced by coronavirus to conduct most of their activities online this year.
Uprecedented times bring unprecedented changes
November 17, 2020

This year, Stamford High clubs were forced to change the ways they meet in order to accommodate social distancing guidelines, according to members and leaders of the drama, debate and friendly faces clubs. Many...

Election Results: Students Weigh In

November 13, 2020

The election is over... or is it? Stamford High students weigh in on the election results.

COVID Restrictions Impact Gym Classes

Due to COVId-19 restricitons, gym classes are havily limited in the types of activites they can participate in.
November 13, 2020

Due to COVID-19 gym class at Stamford High this year is looking a little different.  The CDC recommends that teachers should try and keep students as socially distanced as possible and make it so they...

Pink Out raises over $5,000 for Bennet Cancer Center

Pink Out raises over $5,000 for Bennet Cancer Center
November 6, 2020

This year many events that students were looking forward to were canceled due to the pandemic. Although students and staff were sad that many traditional pinkout activities were not able to take place...

Are ESL Students Receiving the Help They Need During the Pandemic?

DLTA tutor Gina Figluizzi says that despite the districts best efforts, the language barrier makes it difficult to offer the same level of service through distance learning.
Why Stamford Public Schools' assistance to ESL students in the Distance Learning Academy may not be enough.
November 5, 2020

The Coronavirus outbreak has made school very challenging for all students. Along with following safety guidelines, students must learn a full year’s worth of material given half of the in-school learning...

Will Halloween be Safe This Year?

the ususal trick-or-treat acitivites are not safe during a pandemic.
October 29, 2020

As Halloween quickly approaches and COVID-19 cases rise, many fear that celebrating this year is not such a good idea. Connecticut Mayor David Martin advises that people stay home this year to prevent...

New attendance policy leaves students and staff divided

New attendance guidelines for students on the hybrid schedule have led to some confusion.
October 29, 2020

In an October 27 email, Principal Ray Manka attempted to clarify a new attendance policy for hybrid students after an initial announcement by the district caused confusion and concern among teachers and...

Pink Out to be Held Despite Covid Restrictions

Pink Out to be Held Despite Covid Restrictions
October 14, 2020

On Monday, October 5, Stamford High teacher Diane Burns announced that the Stamford High School “Pink Out” will still occur, even with COVID-19 parameters in effect.  Burns said, “The Pink Out...

Annual Hispanic Heritage Panel Goes Virtual

Annual Hispanic Heritage Panel Goes Virtual
October 12, 2020

On October 8, 2020 the second annual panel for Hispanic Heritage month took place virtually. The panel was hosted by Dean of Students Thomas Agosto. Those on the panel included Latinos from Connecticut...

Board of Education Reinstates Family Advocacy Program

Board of Education Reinstates Family Advocacy Program
September 30, 2020

Tuesday, September 23, the Board of Education decided to reinstate its permission for the Domus Knights to expand its family advocacy program to Westhill High School. This decision comes after weeks of...

Teacher Honored by Yale Recognition Program

Teacher Honored by Yale Recognition Program
September 21, 2020

  According to the Yale Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the Yale Educator Recognition Program recognizes outstanding educators from around the world who have supported and inspired their...

Students Excited to Return Despite Distancing Concerns

Classroom seating spaced six feet apart is one of several precautions Stamford High School has enacted to combat the spread of COVID-19.
September 16, 2020

On September 8 and 9, Stamford High School students returned to school for the first time in months. Students were greeted with a handful of new guidelines including mask wearing at all times, socially...

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